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pdf The Slippery Slope, ebook The Slippery Slope, epub The Slippery Slope, doc The Slippery Slope, e-pub The Slippery Slope, The Slippery Slope 616890fe5c7 Dear Reader, Like Handshakes, House Pets, Or Raw Carrots, Many Things Are Preferable When Not Slippery Unfortunately, In This Miserable Volume, I Am Afraid That Violet, Klaus, And Sunny Baudelaire Run Into Than Their Fair Share Of Slipperiness During Their Harrowing Journey Up And Down A Range Of Strange And Distressing MountainsIn Order To Spare You Any Further Repulsion, It Would Be Best Not To Mention Any Of The Unpleasant Details Of This Story, Particularly A Secret Message, A Toboggan, A Deceitful Map, A Swarm Of Snow Gnats, A Scheming Villain, A Troupe Of Organized Youngsters, A Covered Casserole Dish, And A Surprising Survivor Of A Terrible FireUnfortunately, I Have Dedicated My Life To Researching And Recording The Sad Tale Of The Baudelaire Orphans There Is No Reason For You To Dedicate Your Self To Such Things, And You Might Instead Dedicate Yourself To Letting This Slippery Book Slip From Your Hands Into A Nearby Trash Receptacle, Or Deep Pit With All Due Respect, Lemony Snicket


10 thoughts on “The Slippery Slope

  1. says:

    i couldn t encapsulate my love for this series with all the adjectives in a Verbose, Fond Dictionary of a review to come 5 stars, obviously yes, i m confidently continuing this reread i began two years ago and put on pause one year ago what about it


  2. says:

    I m getting boring with 3 for the last 8 volumes in the series this one drifts close to 2.The book opens with a double whammy of the oft mentioned bad science combined with the not infrequent impossible to visualise scene.The Mortmain Mountains are bizarrely cube shaped and have the expected vast vertical cliffs one of which our heroes are hurtling toward in a loose caravan This then begs the question how is there a slope for them to hurtle down And the broader question about how a car is driven to the top of the tallest such mountainAnyhow this hurtling caravan is stopped with drag chute and by pouring a sticky combination of cooking ingredients on the wheels a witches brew containing as an ingredient that famously sticky substance uh olive oilAnyhow we get some Quagmire action in this volume and wait for it snogging Sunny has a bunch of solo scenes with the enemy in which she shows her language, walking, and cooking skills all improving.Olaaf is deserted by some old cronies and meets some new ones Carmelita Spats is back yay And we get to see the VFD head quarters, albeit in reduced circumstances.The Sugar Bowl features the ownership of which become the driving force behind much of the remaining series.Um. there s a frozen waterfall, a variety of highly strained VFD acronyms, including the somewhat risible Verbal Fridge Dialogue Issues of good vs evil and the greying of the space in between continue to feature.Celyn enjoyed it for me it was one of the weakest volumes, just not really managing to be much than a collection of things that happened You should join my 3 emails a year mailing list for updates about my books prizes


  3. says:

    The Slippery Slope A Series of Unfortunate Events, 10 , Lemony SnicketThe Slippery Slope is the tenth novel in the children s novel series A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket It was illustrated by Brett Helquist and released on September 23, 2003 In the novel, Violet and Klaus Baudelaire make their way up the Mortmain Mountains to rescue their sister Sunny from Count Olaf and his troupe They meet Quigley Quagmire, a character who they thought to be dead, and visit the headquarters of a mysterious organization called V.F.D They are reunited with Sunny and manage to escape from Olaf The book has received positive reviews and been translated into several different languages 2011 1384 237 978964794804 1386 1388 21 1384 276 9648557152


  4. says:

    UPDATE 19 Jan 2017Ignore everything I said before, I like this book now that I ve finished the entire series 26 Dec 2016This series is REALLY dragging out I m so close to finishing it and discovering what everything means BTW me giving a bunch of these books 3 2 stars does not me I don t like them.


  5. says:

    3.75 these kids really can t catch a break, can they


  6. says:

    My new favourite in the series 10 down, only 3 to go


  7. says:

    I liked this one than I thought I would Some of these books were starting to be a little redundant and it was getting kind of old P But I liked this one a lot We got to meet a certain new character and I was really happy about that person being introduced D I can t say who because of spoilers lol It s hard to believe though that I only have three books left in this series and then I am done


  8. says:

    Audiobook Narrator Tim Curry Yes, Tim Curry gets 100 stars Woo hoo Hurray And.I love his evil chuckle Makes my evil chuckle come out and play Lol Mr Curry s pronunciation of Count Olaf is a tad bit different than my pronunciation His O Laugh Mine Ol Off His seems to be appropriate You can see how the author improved his stories A Series of Unfortunate Events now seems like a long continuous adventure During the first four novels, it felt like little Unfortunate Events with no cohesion Onward ho..


  9. says:

    Este ha estado s per guay y me encanta que por fin se est n empezando a descubrir COSAS He muerto un poquito con la escena en la que se dan cuenta de que Sunny ya no es un beb Y ay, que despu s de tantos libros le tengo much simo cari o a los Baudelaire Ya s lo tres libros m s y se acab.


  10. says:

    This one was funny and thrilling in parts though it did lag a bit for me and I don t know why It took me a few days to get through this one I m glad we know who that scout really was and we ve run into mysteries I m interested to see how the last three books wrap all of this up Now starting The Grim Grotto Richard


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